StrikerDC Next-Gen Sega Dreamcast Controller

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StrikerDC Next-Gen Sega Dreamcast Controller

Built from the ground-up. Built for you.

From the sleek, ergonomic next generation features to the ports, chipset, and software, the StrikerDC was built from the ground-up to bring you the first Dreamcast controller of its kind.  Relive your favorite classic games like never before.

No sacrifices.

The StrikerDC is fully compatible with all first-party VMUs, Vibration Packs, 4x Memory Cards and Microphone.  Pull out your original accessories and play to your heart’s content.

Improvements all around.

Take your gaming to the next level with digital shoulder buttons and added pressure sensitive triggers – perfect for fighting games.  No matter what game you play, the StrikerDC adapts to you.

And, unlike the original Dreamcast controller, the cord on the StrikerDC comes out of the top, instead of the bottom – no more annoying distractions.

Fits like a glove. Plays like a beast.

Ergonomically designed for comfort and hours of gameplay, the StrikerDC has been engineered with a high quality and responsive D-pad, comfortable and responsive analog stick, improved visibility VMU viewing window and a turbo function to help get you to the next level.



  • Ergonomic and modern design
  • Compatible with 1st party VMUs, Vibration Packs, 4X Memory Cards, and Microphone (some 3rd party accessories may be incompatible)
  • High quality and responsive D-pad
  • Added both pressure sensitive triggers and digital shoulder buttons
  • Turbo function to help get you to the next level
  • Comfortable and responsive analog stick
  • Improved visibility VMU viewing window
  • Extra long 10’ cord



11 Reviews

  • 4
    Great controller!

    Posted by Josh B on Sep 19th 2021

    This controller works well. The stick works great, the buttons are very responsive and clicky, and the triggers are the perfect level of responsive. And the option to have digital or analog triggers is a nice touch for games with different uses for triggers. After using this controller for 3 weeks, going back to an OEM Dreamcast controller is hard to even conceive of. It's a great controller. It's not perfect for one thing. It's a bit difficult to get VMUs and memory cards in and out. It's a tight squeeze. But it's so nice once it's in there that I don't feel bad about giving this controller a positive review.

  • 5
    The BEST Controller for the Dreamcast

    Posted by Jiryn on Jul 23rd 2021

    This is easily the best controller for the Sega Dreamcast.
    Unlike the original, it feels ergonomic and fits perfectly in the hands of an adult.
    The Analog stick is comfortable and responsive, with just enough padding that it doesn't dig into your thumb like the original OEM controller. The buttons feel perfect with just enough spring with each press.
    I own four so everyone can use one on large multiplayer games.
    Highly recommended!

  • 5
    Thanks for helping me make a dream come true.

    Posted by Thiago Ismael on Jul 20th 2021

    great service, I bought it for the first time and I will definitely buy again! I was very happy with the product. I live in Brazil and I had no problem with the delivery. if I could put 10 stars I would, thank you so much for making this dream of having this control come true.

  • 4

    Posted by AE on May 21st 2021

    Okay once you start playing. The button presses are stiff, the grip feels light and slick, and the analog stick moves almost without effort.

  • 5
    The Best Dreamcast Controller

    Posted by Ahmad Hattab on May 17th 2021

    After using this controller for a couple hours I found it the best dreamcast controller ever made. It is highly recommended and much better than the official one.

  • 4
    Better than the Original

    Posted by Christian on May 16th 2021

    An amazing alternative, and in my opinion upgrade to the stock Dreamcast controller. The layout, comfort, and quality of the buttons all surpass my personal experience with a stock controller. And, the cord comes out of the top of the controller like you would expect out of most any console controller. AND, the d-pad doesn't feel completely useless on this controller. I feel like I can confidently play platformers again without a bunch of wrong inputs due to a mushy and akward d-pad like the original had. The only let down, and the reason for the four star rating, is the thumbstick. It works well, and I've had no issue with accuracy, but it's just too loose for me personally. I realize this was an intentional decision to better mimic the feel of the original, but in my opinion they should have just used something a bit more stiff.

  • 5
    Great Dreamcast controller!

    Posted by earllgray on May 12th 2021

    I was a bit skeptical after reading/watching reviews talk about the loose analog stick and triggers. Turns out I was worried about nothing! The stick is looser than your average analog stick but I actually prefer it now for most DC games. The addition of digital triggers is great for fighting games and for getting that perfect crazy dash in Crazy Taxi.

    I'll probably eventually buy 3 more.

  • 1
    Bad analog stick ruins an otherwise great controller

    Posted by Casey Cantwell on Apr 22nd 2021

    I should have listened to all the negative reviews for this thing. Almost everything about this controller feels great. The buttons, the D-Pad, and the grip and feel. All way better than the original DC controller. Triggers are okay, they don't feel amazing, but they work. But the analog stick is what really ruins this controller. Right out of the box, the stick feels like it's already been through years and years of abuse. It is so loose and has so little resistance. It is honestly one of the worst analog sticks I have ever felt. I tried playing Sonic Adventure with it, but I could not confidently move Sonic around the course collecting rings like I can with an original DC controller. It sucks because I really like the Brawler64 as an alternative to the original N64 controller, and was hoping the StrikerDC would be similar for the DC. But nope.

  • 4
    A solid modern replacement with a few caveats

    Posted by Chad on Apr 17th 2021

    I picked one of these up and I've honestly had a weird time adjusting to it. The analog stick is a lot more sensitive over the original Dreamcast controllers, the buttons are more clicky instead of mush feeling, and the Dpad isn't very good feeling.

    However I got used to handling it and the weird sensitivity and it's honestly gone from a product I wasn't happy with to one I do genuinely enjoy. I think the only major caveat I still have with it is the dpad not feeling very responsive in certain directions. It's funny for a controller being aimed towards fighters, its not quite that great for them! However for anything I tried on the Dc it works flawlessy and feels a little more modern even.

    While a pricier alternative, I can say if you don't mind getting used to a different analog/button feel, this thing works wonders. Also way comfier for big hands than the original controllers.